• On Aug 9, 2016
    Nichollette from FL Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Hi. We are a family of five...three children 7,5 and 2. Our passes run Feb to Feb and our 2 year old turns 3 in november. How will that work? Will we have to pay a full year pass or get a pro rated one from Nov to Feb when we all renew?

    Hi Nichollette! It certainly is always easiest when family members have the same schedule for their Annual Passes. Trying to keep up and remember when different ones are due to be renewed is difficult.

    Disney will not pro-rate a pass for only a few months. You have several options to handle a situation like this. If you are planning a trip before February and after your child turns 3 then you can buy regular day passes for that child until you get an annual pass for them in February.

    You also have the option to buy that child an annual pass on the first visit you take once they turn three. It will put that person on a different schedule then the rest of you but at least you will have the savings of an annual pass. Do not purchase it until you are going to the park for the first time and that might get it a little closer to your renewing schedule for the rest of you.

    Eventually you all might get back on the same renewing time which of course will be easier to keep up with.
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